Updated to iOS 8.3
Device library definitions now stored in core data allowing more flexibility in future feature support.
A number of minor bug fixes were implemented.
1.4 has been available for beta testers for a while now and seems to be stable and hopefully existing users will not see much immediate difference from the old version.
There are, however, a large number of changes in the core of the app that will allow me to add new devices and roll out new definitions in a much better way than previous methods that were a bit hit and miss due to caching problems.
This also lays the foundation for functions that will allow users to customise their own device definitions. I’m still working on the UX for that and am still not sure if this should be offered as part of the “pro” version or the current free version.
I’m submitting version 1.4 to the app store for review this evening so it should start rolling out to end users in the next week or so.